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Report on former cardinal Theodore McCarrick marks new era of transparency,...

BALTIMORE — Baltimore Archbishop William E. Lori in a Nov. 10 letter to the Catholic faithful of his archdiocese said the long-awaited Vatican report...

Emergence of John Paul II gave hope to political prisoners seeking...

WARSAW, Poland -- Soviet political prisoners from various backgrounds begged St. John Paul II's help in secret messages after his 1978 election, according to...

Memories of St. John Paul II on his 100th birthday

Do I remember St. John Paul II? Yes, I remember him well. I write of him as the centennial of his birth May 18, 1920,...

Cardinal Etchegaray, key papal envoy of St. John Paul II, dies...

VATICAN CITY — Cardinal Roger Etchegaray, a longtime Vatican official and papal envoy who was sent to some of the world’s most wounded and...

Five reasons the rosary is the perfect prayer for families

It was one of those days you never forget. Sitting on the beach one summer evening last year, my husband and I decided to...

Church’s social teaching always a ‘work in progress,’ archbishop says

VATICAN CITY -- While some fundamental principles of the Catholic Church's social teaching are permanent, there are ever-changing social and political conditions that can...

Christian minister Billy Graham, evangelical pioneer, dies at 99

Longtime Christian preacher Billy Graham, spiritual advisor to multiple U.S. presidents and among the first evangelicals to make his mark with television broadcasts, died...

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